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Lauren
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Treeza my lovely, we were all the same as you at this stage. and it’s a good thing. You will have learned a valuable lesson from this so stop fretting about it and give yourself a pat on the back for realising that you almost sabotaged all your good work. But that’s it – you DIDN’T. You stayed strong and now you know you can do it again.

Lesley is absolutely right, you will get to the stage like me and many others where you will be ‘normal’ around food. You will have one little bit of cake occasionally or two rich tea with your brew instead of the whole packet. I’m very, very proud of you and you should be too.

Leave it behind and move forward. None of us are perfect! At my nephew’s wedding a while back, through the course of the day I drank 10 glasses of champagne! I had a fantastic time and was the only one on the dance floor for some of it! But, that’s what ‘normal’ people do. OK, maybe not ten glasses… But did I feel guilty? NOPE. It was a special occasion with my family which meant much more to me than wondering if it would make me gain a pound or two…..it didn’t. the dancing saw to that haha!

Be kind to yourself and move on. You are doing fabulously so be proud of what you have achieved so far – we all are!

Doodah x

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